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Discussion in 'General Forum' started by syed_bashiir, Feb 13, 2008.
Take a look at that.
haha, that's a good one.
definitely something to try out in the club.
damn funny the video..
explosive stuff... cool...
Something funny.. that would be fun if we have this trick on the national players.
or maybe international players...
omg.. how do they do it? i can't see it very clearly.. haha
lol that is pretty funny no doubt haha very creative.
lol, good find there syed
Haha, great fun! We should try that.
Haha, very funny stuff, I would try that
..nothing more than a prank...btw, i wonder what happened to the shuttles??..
lol funny, but completely waste of shuttles! what with the rising prices and all T___T
that explosive thingy will not hurt the shuttles. we have that here in malaysia and the younger kids always buy those during the festivals. pretty harmless.
what exactly is it, sorry i didnt get a good look at what he was putting in it in the video so i wasnt exactly 100% sure about it just saw the effect.
hahaha! it's just for laughs! it's a canadian prank show and it still runs. they are great!
what i want to know is what is the material or stuff they used to make the noise hehehehe... anyone care to share?
it looks like these in malaysia
coutesy of a blog : http://mumtazgoggler.blogspot.com/2007/10/of-bunga-api-n-ramadhan.html
what's in it? i dont know for sure......but it is always packed with some saw dusts. any explosive expert here?
if you are interested in something, you will find a way. hahahah, and thanks to the wonders of internet and its information hub, i found this
courtesy of : http://www.pyrouniverse.com/consumer/howtheywork.htm
SNAPS & PARTY POPPERSThese "trick noisemakers" have many different names, but they're all the same thing. Each of these pea-sized devices contains a few grains of sand that have been coated with a tiny amount of impact-sensitive silver fulminate (AgONC), all twisted together in a piece of tissue paper. When thrown on a hard surface (or squished between the fingers), the friction of the sand against the silver fulminate causes the latter to ignite with a quick, loud "pop".
thats cool, thanks for posting that azabaz_ipoh it helped alot in explaining it.
I don't get it xD So, it made a noise?